A small, beautifully formed film for a discerning audience.
Gilbert De`Ath (John Hurt) is a reclusive writer whose work has a cult following. He`s stubborn, bordering on eccentric. He won`t use a word processor; in fact there`s no modern technology in his London flat. And he has disdain for no-smoking...
It moves sluggishly. The scenes are drawn out and the action laboured.
Back in the heady days of the early 80s, in Toronto\'s financial district, a young mild-mannered banker, Dan Mahowny, began embezzling money from his employer, to feed a nasty gambling addiction. And what a cycle it was, every spare moment is...